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Let’s Talk Menopause: Acne & Skin Changes (Part 2)

Welcome to our next episode of Let’s Talk Menopause! We are going to be talking about acne and skin changes during perimenopause and menopause, on Monday, April 18, 2022, from noon – 1 pm. Join us on Facebook or Instagram live as Krista Margolis chats about all things menopause. You can also send us questions ahead of time on this topic or upcoming ones that you’d like to have covered. Fill out the form on our Mondays: Let’s Talk Menopause page. Each month we will feature the main topic and follow up with a recap of the key takeaways here. We look forward to seeing you!

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In This Episode

Key takeaways from the episode are:

  1. Nurse Practitioner Krista Margolis and special guest Esthetician Shayla Boger partner to discuss skin changes in perimenopause and menopause.
  2. Common skin complaints during perimenopause and menopause include acne, rosacea, dry skin, increased skin sensitivity, more facial hair, and thinning head hair.
  3. You may have treated similar skin conditions in your teen years, but the root causes of the skin conditions during perimenopause and menopause are different and you likely need different products from when you were a teen.
  4. It’s important to listen to your body and make changes according to what your body needs which may include cutting down on sugar and increasing healthy foods, taking appropriate supplements sparingly, staying hydrated, being more intentional about healthy sleep habits, and learning new relaxation methods.




Don’t forget to come back in May for the next episode!

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